Bertrand Russell was a "scientific consultant" to evil psychopaths who wanted to run a world tyranny. In this book, he lays out a framework for a "scientific" global dictatorship, and ponders the intricacies of bringing it about, while blithely penning his sociopathic rationalizations for moving forward with it. [from the Infowars wiki] Quotes On scientific governments "For some reason which I have failed to understand, many people like the system [scientific... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: agenda 21, Russell, nwo, regionalism, local government, george soros, european union, EU, E. U.,...
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Rockets and satellites have previously observed small-scale Alfv\'en waves inside large-scale downward field-aligned currents and numerical simulations have associated their formation with self-consistent magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling. The origin of these waves was previously attributed to ionospheric feedback instability, however we show that they arise in numerical experiments in which the instability is excluded. A new interpretation is proposed in which strong ionospheric depletion and... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1302.3158v1
How do magnetohydrodynamic waves travel from the fully ionized corona, into and through the underlying partially ionized chromosphere, and what are the consequences for solar flares? To address these questions, we have developed a 2-fluid model (of plasma and neutrals) and used it to perform 1D simulations of Alfv\'en waves in a solar atmosphere with realistic density and temperature structure. Studies of a range of solar features (faculae, plage, penumbra and umbra) show that energy... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1302.2458v1
byP. W. A. Roming; T. A. Pritchard; P. J. Brown; S. T. Holland; S. Immler; C. J. Stockdale; K. W. Weiler; N. Panagia; S. D. Van Dyk; E. A. Hoversten; P. A. Milne; S. R. Oates; B. Russell; C. Vandrevala
We present the UV, optical, X-ray, and radio properties of the Type IIb SN 2008ax discovered in NGC 4490. The observations in the UV are one of the earliest of a Type IIb supernova (SN). On approximately day four after the explosion, a dramatic upturn in the u and uvw1 (lambda_c = 2600 Angstroms) light curves occurred after an initial rapid decline which is attributed to adiabatic cooling after the initial shock breakout. This rapid decline and upturn is reminiscent of the Type IIb SN 1993J on... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/0909.0967v1